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Review Hachette Audio, 2007 (2007) Hardcover, CD
David's grief from losing his mother turns to anger which he directs at his grandmother (narrated by Suzanne Toren and Cassandra Morris). (LS)

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ReviewExcerpt Knopf, 2007 (2007) Hardcover, CD, e-Book
Stargirl is back to tell her own story of what happens after she leaves Arizona. (LS)

* * * Jerry Spinelli Maniac Magee US Orders
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Review Little, Brown & Co., 2000 (1990) Hardcover, Paperback, Audio
Orphaned Jeffrey Magee runs from an aunt and uncle with two toasters and stops in Two Mills, where he makes a difference in both East and West End communities. Maniac Magee is the perfect kid hero with all the right stuff. (HW)

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ReviewExcerpt Knopf, 2006 (2003) Hardcover, Paperback, Audio, e-Book
An intense story of what happened in the early to mid-1940s, as the Germans under Hitler and Himmler overpowered Poland, attempting to wipe out a population with atrocities beyond imagination. (JL)

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Review Little, Brown & Co., 2001 (1982) Hardcover, Paperback
Tells about a year in the life of a seventh grader, with the author's usual skill at getting inside the peculiar mind of the adolescent boy. Read it to find out what really happened to the chicken bones. (HW)